COLOR CORRECTION: From Grown Out Blonde To Dimensional Pale Wheat

Maggie Mulhern | April 14, 2015 | 1:03 PM

Rosvelt Ranses (@rosvelt) of La Bella Salon, Miami, Florida, has a beautiful Instagram page filled with amazing transformations and inspirational finishes, particularly in the blonde family. MODERN can’t get enough. This color correction is one of our favorites and we asked Rosvelt for the how to.

He shares:

“The client had approximately six months of outgrown highlights and base color. Her natural level was 3n, with approximately 75% gray. Some of her existing highlights were orange.”

HOW TO, All color AVEDA Full Spectrum:

Step 1: Since the line of demarcation was several inches, apply a base color prior to foiling hair. Color used: 30g 8N, 30g 9N,1g Light Y/O, 4g Light N/N, 4g Light BGR

Step 2: Process for 40 minutes, rinse and dry hair to prepare the for highlights.

Step 3: Apply high density full highlights, from new growth to line of demarcation. Feather to blur the line. Color used: Enlightener with 15 volume developer.

Step 4: Process for 45 minutes, lifting to pale yellow.

Step 5: After rinsing highlights, apply gloss at shampoo bowl and process for 10 minutes. Gloss: 40g 10 N, 1g Light V/B, 1g Light Y/O, 40g Creme CTA 


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